Aramith Power Ball Cleaner

Aramith Power Ball Cleaner

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The Aramith Power Ball Cleaner is a motorized individual ball cleaner. Easy to use, just simply apply drops of Aramith ball cleaner onto the cleaning pad of the machine then place ball on top of the pad and gently apply pressure to the ball and the power ball cleaner does the rest. It uses a circular rubbing motion to gently massage and rub off any chalk marks or spots from the ball in as little as 45 seconds. The Aramith Power Ball Cleaner features:

  • Motorized single ball cleaner
  • Comes with 2 cleaning pads
  • Use with 2.25" phenolic balls
  • Great for removing chalk, spots and stains
  • Uses large circular motion for optimal polishing
  • 100% Microfiber texture
  • Clean balls improve accuracy
  • For best result use with Aramith Ball Cleaner (TPABC) and Aramith Ball Restorer (TPABR) both sold seperately
  • Residential use only
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  • Power ball cleaner

    Posted by Rennie Sheffield on May 7th 2020

    This product is adequate but just barely. It does not have the power to remove stubborn stains, blemishes, and the like and so one must still do this polishing by hand. I considered returning the item but decided it was better to have it than not, however I would hesitate recommending it to anyone asking for help with ball cleaning or poilishing.

  • power ball cleaner

    Posted by W on Apr 3rd 2017

    does a good job. use a sock to dry and buff. cleaning liquid is the key. I use it a lot. 1 month and still working.

  • Works well but patience needed

    Posted by Steve on Mar 23rd 2017

    I use one pad for the restorer and the other for the cleaner/polish and keep them in a bag. you don't need a lot of pressure on the ball but it is a bit tricky holding and rotating it while the base wobbles around. I like it and it works very well if you persevere and use it properly and I'm glad I did not buy it on the bad reviews I read.

  • Power ball Cleaner

    Posted by Scott on Dec 19th 2016

    Nice but some spots take longer than others, beat the price of a multi ball cleaner and you don't have to worry about contact with other balls

  • It helps

    Posted by Lu on Mar 8th 2015

    It is essentially a electric powered motor, it spins the micro fiber fabric lined polishing cup. You would have to hold the ball in place while apply pressure at the same time. The rotation alters direction each tie you activate the motor. Just touch up after buffing one minute per side; final touch up with a towel. A little bit pricey, so four stars.

  • Aramith Power Ball Cleaner

    Posted by Al Blais on Apr 2nd 2014

    I would of thought this item would of been built much stronger. I can see that it will not last long. I will be careful with it and will let you know the results later this year.

  • It works!

    Posted by Leo on Jan 2nd 2014

    I was a little bit hesitant to purchase this product based on some not so positive reviews, but I have to say that after using it the first time I was impressed with the results. I'm not going to say the balls are super shiny (at least not with Aramith Billiard Ball Cleaner), but it does remove all the spots that are hard to remove by hand. Pay attention to the running time which can stop you from cleaning all the balls at once without letting the motor cool off a little bit. Also, I learned that it works better with light pressure and slowly rotating the ball in the opposite direction moving it up and down to make sure it cleans over the middle line before turning the ball being cleaned over.

  • Aramith Power Ball Cleaner

    Posted by Gene Miller on Nov 3rd 2013

    I was expecting an easier-to-operate machine. It's okay, but overpriced.

  • Works but not perfect

    Posted by John on Oct 28th 2013

    This tool reduces by about one half the effort required to clean a set of balls. It's good for applying and distributing the cleaning solution. However, the user still has to rub off the solution and polish the balls by hand. Considering the price, I was hoping to get something that would do the whole job. In the end, I would recommend this to others but caution them that it only does half the job. It would be up to them to determine if that is worth the price.